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What We do


bullet Register practitioners and inspect tattoo, permanent cosmetics, and body piercing facilities to minimize the spread of disease
   


Information about Tattoos and Permanent Make-up


California law states that "every person engaged in the business of tattooing, body piercing, or permanent cosmetics is required to register in the county in which that business is conducted."



Sample Forms for Body Art Facilities


The following documents are sample forms that body art facilities in San Bernardino County may use. Please note that in each document, areas highlighted in yellow may be edited by the user.

Consent Release Form

Consent Release Form for Clients Under 18 Years of Age

Medical Questionnaire Release Form



AB 300 Safe Body Art Act

Assembly Bill 1168 Safe Body Art
Will take effect January 1, 2014

Body Art Facility Plan Review Packet

Body Art Practitioner Packet

Body Art Program

Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Training Program Evaluation

Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Trainers Approved by County of San Bernardino

CDPH Permitted Medical Waste Transfer Stations and Treatment Facilities

Infection Prevention and Control Plan Guideline

Mobile Body Art Facility Packet

Permanent Body Art Facility Packet

Sponsor of a Temporary Body Art Event Packet

Tattoos and Permanent Make-up

Temporary Body Art Facility Packet



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